johnbrown105 at hotmail.com
Mon Apr 3 20:48:27 CEST 2006
>From: <PBVillaflores at smart.com.ph>
>I tried the -v option. Didn't seem to say anything about where the
Hmm... The version at work (MPlayer dev-CVS-051020-17:39-3.4.2) does not
show where it searches for codecs.conf, but on my PC at home (March 22, I
believe) it shows something like:
get_path('codecs.conf') -> 'c:/progra~1/MPlayer/mplayer/codecs.conf
so you can try that.
Your MPlayer version is very old. Try again with the lastest CVS version.
Can you run mplayer -identify -frames 0 'Apr 2-Channel 17.vcr'?
>CommandLine: '-v' '-codecs-file' 'c:codecs\atidvcr.dll' 'Apr 2-Channel
-codecs-file is used to specify a file to be used as codecs.conf, so you
could have said:
mplayer -codecs-file c:\progra~1\mplayer\codecs.conf etc.
See the section in the MPlayer manual that describes how to create a new
entry in codecs.conf.
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